USB port


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USB port

A USB socket on a computer, peripheral device or tablet into which a USB cable is plugged. See USB.
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In short, no: You can plug any USB device into any USB cable and into any USB port, and nothing will blow up - and in fact, using a more powerful charger should speed up battery charging.
This USB port would enable the ATM to connect to external security devices, such as a fingerprint scanner, to provide authentication.
Plugs into a USB port and turns standard computer audio into surround-sound quality
Top-of-the-line machine features include full-color LCD touch screens, built-in USB ports and hundreds of built-in embroidery designs.
Then I pulled the DiskOnKey out of my laptop's USB port and inserted it into the USB port on my wife's laptop, which has a floppy drive.
The AccelePort USB 2 port server attaches to a PC's USB port, providing two asynchronous serial ports (RS-232) and one parallel printer port.
Vendors and resellers are expected to promote DiskOnKey by emphasizing its portability--not only in the sense of its small-physical size, but (given the near-ubiquity of USB ports in new computers) in the way that it can be used to swap files between otherwise dissimilar platforms.
The additional two USB ports also provide twice as much power as traditional ports, allowing them to support any product that draws its power through a USB "Y" or "Upstream" cable with only one USB port.
006 computer microphone that plugs directly into any USB port for instant professional CD quality audio recording on a P.
Easier connectivity, enabling a single USB port on a Windows PC to support four outgoing Skype lines rather than requiring one USB port per line.
The frames' integrated USB port enables them to be connected to a computer network.